Tuesday, November 19
We left the hotel in Missouri about 7:45 a.m. – after saying goodbye to some of our new friends.
Our first stop was at the slaughter-house where the deer were taken after they were brought in from the field.
Cerwin asked them to just remove the meat from the bones. We have a local butcher who will process the venison for us.
I did not take many pictures while we traveled as I was captivated by Howard G Buffett’s book, Forty Chances. Howard’s experiences of finding his purpose in life and traveling around the world to feed the hungry are so interesting.
I did get my camera out when Cerwin told me that the large cross in Effington, Illinois, was just ahead.
There were a few other times when I gave my eyes a rest from reading and enjoyed the road scenery.
Of course, for me, enjoying road scenery includes praying for the truck drivers.
By evening we found a motel room in Richmond, Indiana, then walked across the parking lot where we enjoyed supper at a Bob Evans Restaurant.
I love road trips that take us from sunrise to sunset.